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Old 08-03-2009
Commands for Substring : HElp


To remove the date and time from the below data which is in a file abc.txt

29 Jul 2009 04:36:53,956 [ajp-] ERROR 1
29 Jul 2009 04:36:58,335 [ajp-] ERROR 2
29 Jul 2009 05:37:24,746 [ajp-] ERROR 3

I want the output as


As, In the above data time have different seconds . I am not getting how to do that .

Kindly let me know how to do the same.
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Old 08-03-2009
$ more abc.txt
29 Jul 2009 04:36:53,956 [ajp-] ERROR 1
29 Jul 2009 04:36:58,335 [ajp-] ERROR 2
29 Jul 2009 05:37:24,746 [ajp-] ERROR 3
$ cat abc.txt | cut -f6- -d" "
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Old 08-03-2009
sed 's/.*]\(.*\)/\1/' abc.txt

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Old 08-03-2009

Thanks to Panyam and Chipcmc.Smilie
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